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the morning commute. the showers are north of santa rosa. we're getting reports of sprinkles up there, 45-50 miles from the central bay. the santa rosa area, up by fulton road we have some showers. that's moderate rainfall. by old redwood highway we have showers. st. helena, moderate showers to light. just coming into the sunset district, i have some light sprinkles moving in. you can see that's the cliff house area. in that area we're seeing some light sprinkles. that's sort of what's out there now. what's changing is there's more rain up north. it will work its way south. it will be here in time to really mess up things for part of the commutes tomorrow. >> thank you. >>> there areself ways that you can keep up with the weather. you can receive updates to the ktvu app on your mobile device or go to ktvu.com and look for the storm watch tab. we provide updates through facebook and twitter. >>> it's official. nudists have to keep their clothes on in san francisco. the board of supervisors passed the ban there afternoon. we were there as an unusual protest unfolded at city hall. >> reporte
areas. the ordinance is similar to bans in rohnert park and santa rosa. >>> trader joes is dealing with a recall. it involves 5,000 pounds of its store brand buttered chicken. it was made by a canadian company. 100 stores received the product along the east coast. >>> a banner year, the third year in a row conditions have been favorable. in 2010 and 2011 they set a record. this year it was so good they shut down squid fishing november 21. >>> traveling by air for the holidays is more expensive. the average cost of a ticket departing in the last two weeks of december is $469. that is a 4% increase. however, ticket prices haven't gone up as fast as inflation. >>> we have been showing you the south bay, east bay, weather wise, this is a good break day. >> get the clean up done. we will see more rain. sprinkles and showers in the forecast coming up but nothing like sunday morning. that was a major weather event. i would give that a 10. talked to a lot of people about it, i would say it is one of the more powerful storms we have seen here in many years. tracking that next bit of rain. i
. at least it was a quick mover. rainfall totals. santa rosa 2 inches. oakland 1.26. san francisco inch-1/2. bolder creek 4 inches. 4.76. and the bulk of the action was this morning. not lot to show you right now. lots of clear skies. some of the observer reports, and of course, wins are a -- winds are a big issue. winds gusting to 80 miles per hour in the hills this morning. around sfo this morning, 50 miles per hour. that was at 4:21. in the north bay, we have been watching the rivs out there. napa river -- rivers out there. napa river, expected to be 19 feet at 7:00 p.m. this evening. also an update on the russian river. russian river, water takes its  time to get there. cresting tomorrow morning, but below flood stage. we have a break in the rain for tomorrow but i am tracking a weaker system for the five-day forecast. i will have that in a few minutes. >>> that wet weather made for treacherous driving conditions and led to a serious crash that sent three firefighters to the hospital. ktvu's ann rubin explains why they are begging drivers to slow down. >> reporter: it wasn't supposed
and the rainfall, the percentage rose. 183% of average in santa rosa. 138% for san jose. this is huge. think about it. if that series of storms hadn't gone through we would be doing stories of where is the rain? this drop as foot of rain in many places and we get a break. we are dry for a while. with dry conditions you get valley fog. the ground is really wet. that is what fog needs. you had it this morning. you will is have it tomorrow. if you didn't have it this morning, you will have it tomorrow. we will see more pockets of dense fog in the valleys. dew points tonight in the upper 40s. even low 50s. when the temperature reaches the dew point, santa rosa dew point is 40 degrees, when temperature reaches it, boom! fog forms. temperatures stays. farmers use the dew point to figure out how cool it will get. what you want to think about is fog tomorrow morning. when i come back to the bay area weekend and look for rain. >> thank you. >>> show down in washington today over the price tag of high-speed rail, the republicans push to stop the project. >> john mcafee is pleading for help. the unusual turn
're 183% of rain fall average in santa rosa. that is big. in san jose, 138% of average so it's good. san jose, you know, if we didn't have this last event, by the way, these would be 40, you know, 76. this -- this really did help out a lot. all the problems we had and all our concerns and the flooding always something yao worry about but we need it had rain so it's just this weird double edged sword because we needed it. if we didn't have it the story we'd be doing right now is where's the rain, where's the snow. the snow is in the mountains. little bit cooler and with that cooler air we saw little bit lower snow levels so on the peaks they're picking up a foot, foot and a half of snow up in lake tahoe. the system slides out and we dry out but we mention this in the ts talking about the fog. tomorrow morning valley fog is going to be on your radar for sure. 47 santa rosa, 57 in napa. dew points tonight are going to be in the upper 40s, low 50s so when that dew point temperature is 50 degrees or 48 degrees in vallejo, when vallejo hits 48 degrees, poof, yao get fog. i think dew points are
are in the 50s. santa rosa 56, oakland, 56 with winds not too much of a factor. if you're looking toward the bay waters earlier today, i noticed the calm conditions. satellite, no rain drops expected. in fact the storm track heading to the north of the bay area so we can guarantee you a dry weather pattern and a temperature change. if you are headed o to lake tahoe you can see some winds and afternoon highs around lake level maxing in the 40s. . >> hee here is a look at the chilly overnight los, first thing in the morning, temperatures have been cooling off o over the past few mornings and will continue with that. nap pa forecast, 34 and we could have some patchy dense fog to start the day. so here we go, saturday morning, 7:00, showing you the 30s, and widespread 40s across the region. as we put this into motion, the temperature scale goes up with the readings back in the upper 50s but most areas making it to the 60s. we'll show you the forecast temperature in your neighborhood for saturday, the temperature change you can expect for sunday and when shower chances return. >> you could call the
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